The president also issued a decree abolishing the status of the public utility category in plots of lands in the governorates of Fayyoum, Beheira, Monofiya, Gharbiya, Daqahliya, Sharqiya, and Kafr el Sheikh.
To commemorate the International Day of the Girl, in our latest issue, we looked at the challenges facing girls in Egypt and worldwide; and tracked the national progress made on different issues.
During a webinar highlighting the role of drama in changing the stereotyped image of children and youth without parental care, Wataneya Society for the Development of Orphanages tackled the gaps between drama and reality, misconceptions, and stereotypes about orphans in Egyptian society.
Overseeing one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Smeralda Bay Sidi Heneish marks a breakthrough in tourism investments and in the real-estate sector in line with Egypt’s 2030 vision, said Mohamed Abou El-Enein
Worried about how you and your children will manage the new school reality? Parenting coach Dr. Hadil Adam shares a few tips and tricks to help you and your kids cope with the transition back to school.
Turning a fire starter into a beautiful piece of art, physician and multi-talented artist Dr. Ahmed Hassan uses matches to make models of historic buildings and famous structures from around the world.
Members of the Supreme Standing Committee on Human Rights discussed on Saturday a primary draft of the first National Strategy for Human Rights.
Delicious recipes to boost your kids’ immunity system, shared by the talented Dina Hamdi and Rouane el Mahdy.
The creator of one of the most successful initiatives to empower youth against Covid-19, as acknowledged by the UN, Dr. Mohamed El Kholy speaks about the vital role of youth during these challenging times and the importance of the public health sector in Egypt.
A creative 'protests' video orchestrated and shot by Egyptian Media Group reveals the lack of professionalism in a number of news channels, including Al Jazeera.
Where there is passion (Shaghaf), there is a way. We speak to three rising Egyptian stars who are taking the alternative music scene by storm with their passion and talent.
Stoke City striker and first Egyptian woman to join the English Premier League Sarah Essam speaks about her passion for football and her path to success.
In an interview with Egypt Today, Egyptian Ambassador in Germany Dr. Badr Abdelatti praises a high and diverse turnout at the constitution referendum and speaks of a golden age in German-Egyptian relations.
Denmark is introducing new restrictions on refugees and asylum seekers, including relocating “unwanted migrants” to a deserted island.
Two years into Egypt’s first comprehensive program to tackle a long-standing phenomenon of homeless children in the gloomy streets, Egypt Today closely shadows the project’s components in the streets and behind the walls of its institutions.
Dr. Cherifa Aboul Fettouh shares with us all her secrets to remain fit and healthy throughout the holy month.
Egypt Today assesses Egypt’s first law set to regulate a decades-old dilemma and takes you on a quick tour of pioneering food cart project “Share’ Masr.”
Egypt Today joined the Egyptian delegation to the 9th regional Special Olympics games in Abu Dhabi, and we got back with enlightment, awareness and a mission to “include.”
Over 1,000 athletes from 32 countries held high their national flags as they entered the opening ceremony of the 9th Special Olympics Middle East/North Africa regional games in a dazzling parade on Saturday.
As we are approaching the 9th regional Special Olympics Games, we are sharing five inspirational stories of MENA athletes taking part in the upcoming games.